The use of geofencing will take control of your fleet to the next level. Geofencing allows you to know your employee's current location and their proximity to your clients' addresses. Enable this option if you want your drivers to not be able to confirm the order only if they are not within the specified radius from your client's point.
How to set up geofencing in a web app?
To set up geofencing, go to the Settings -> Mobile Workflow. Tick the Enabled box to start using it in your driver's mobile app.
Note: this feature is available on Android OS and only for Enterprise pricing plans.
Tick the second box, Allow driver to disable geofencing, if you want your drivers to be able to disable geofencing in the mobile app Settings.
If you don't enable this feature, your drivers won't be able to disable geofencing.
Read more on how geofencing affects the workflow in a mobile app in this article.
Your last step will be to set the geofence radius for your clients' addresses. For example, if you set Geofencing at 100 meters, this will mean that your drivers will not be able to confirm delivery if they are located more than a hundred meters from the customer's point.
Note: you can replace meters with feet in the Regional Settings tab.